Would you know what to do if you fell victim to a random cyber-attack?
The Plumb Club Hosted an Important Webinar
In Partnership with:
THE CRITICAL IMPORTANCE OF CYBER-SECURITY FOR JEWELERS
Scroll Down to Watch the Recording of this Webinar and Download Your Personal Cyber Security Checklist
The Plumb Club hosted a webinar on Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 2pm to help jewelers arm themselves against one of the biggest threats they face today – Cyber-Attack! This webinar featured Tim Rettig, president and CEO of IntrustIT, an award-winning business technology provider specializing in cyber-security, SPAM protection, backup and disaster recovery.
We invite you to scroll below to download your personal cyber security checklist, which includes additional security resources, as well as watch the recording of this important webinar to find out how you can protect yourself, your business and your family against the rapidly developing world of cybercrime.
The webinar included real stories behind the cyber-security headlines, providing the jewelry industry with specific actions to protect their company, themselves and their family from cyber threats. Additionally, attendees learned best practices, as well as tips and tools that are immediately and easily implementable. Just a few of the other items the webinar covered:
Who covets a company’s data?
What is the dark web and how much of your company and personal/family information is on it?
Where is the biggest cyber-security blind spot for most companies?
Why a simple email breach may be a bigger threat than an armed robbery?
How to properly secure a company’s bank account.
When to call the insurance company after a security incident.
“We hear daily examples of accounts being ‘hacked’ online. It’s happening all around us and nobody is truly safe from the threat,” says Lawrence Hess, executive director of The Plumb Club. “As part of our mission to help educate the industry, this subject and how to defend against an attack is not only timely, but one of the highest priorities for jewelers today. We’re happy to be able to help the industry protect themselves.”
Tim Rettig added, “Often, these types of presentations are full of boring statistics and non-specific recommendations. This presentation will not be the case. I will provide the newest insights into the rapidly developing world of cybercrime.”
A cyber-attack can be worse than an armed robbery
and can take years to recover
About the Presenter:
Tim Rettig is a second-generation entrepreneur in the IT industry. Tim’s father started a software company in 1978, where Tim grew up learning data communications. At the age of 19 he was installing computer networks for cities and police departments throughout Ohio, choosing to start his own IT company in the early 1990s while still in college. Tim’s new company handled projects such as securely interconnecting US Department of Agriculture offices throughout the Midwest. Tim sold the company four short years after starting it, only to buy it back eleven years later. In his 30+ years in the IT industry Tim has bought and sold numerous businesses.
Today he is President and CEO of Intrust IT, a Cincinnati based IT company that simplifies cyber security for businesses of all sizes. Tim has the unique perspective of being a business owner concerned about cyber security, combined with a deep understanding of information technology. That gives him the ability to communicate complicated topics to both business owners and IT professionals.